Facebook Racial Comments On Black Lives Matter Activist Render Manager Jobless

“What Mr. Multer’s vicious remarks actually say is that my values and beliefs are not only wrong and unvalued but that I deserve to die because of them,” Matthews Shanelle, BLM activist.

It is one of such plights that Matthews Shanelle faced when she received messages via her Facebook Messenger raining unprintable words on her. What a way to begin a day as a Black in a land where Black oppression and racism is the order of the day.

Definitely, the outspoken Black woman wasn’t going to keep such insults to herself. Via her twitter page, she shared her early morning ordeal to thousands of her followers. In addition, she bitterly bemoaned that “What Mr. Multer’s vicious remarks actually say is that my values and beliefs are not only wrong and unvalued but that I deserve to die because of them.”

“We all have a moral and ethical responsibility to hold accountable those who use rhetoric to incite unprovoked violence, to affirm that a grievance of disagreement does not warrant a death wish and that people’s sexual proclivities don’t make them disposable,” she further stated.

Matthews was able to locate the employers of Mr. Multer and informed them about the gross misconduct of their manager. This step subsequently got Mr. Multer fired from his post as manager of the life insurance company.

Indeed justice was served and Mr. Multer got what he deserved. It is our assertion that such a person shouldn’t work with people in an insurance company. Probably he thought that he can easily harass a Black person and get away with it as a lot of people do, but not this time.

We say “kudos” to our fight against racism and give a thumbs-up to Matthews Shanelle for the bold step she took. We therefore call on all Blacks to join hands as the fight against racism continues unabated.

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